National Geographic : 1936 Nov
© National Geographic Society OFF FOR A MORNING'S FUN Girls become as expert as their escorts, and, at a distance, look the same! New England ski trails vary from mild pasture runs to breath taking zigzag plunges down the sides of mountain ravines. Finlay Photographs by B. Anthony Stewart ICICLES MAY MEAN FAST SKIING A thaw, then a freeze, forms anicy glaze, and alight snowfall over the crust makes a good skiing surface. Instead ofheavy furs, this modern skier wears a windproof fabric shirt and loose woolen trousers.